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I dont know where to get one. To tell the truth I have no clue what its called so I could search for it. Can anyone help me out? Where can I buy one?

They nylon (?) bushings are completely gone and its slapping back and forth on the bracket.
 

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be careful, i bought a dual one from JBG, and it doesn't really fit.
in the instructions it talks about drilling holes in the shock towers to mount it.

i think yours is a different mount style, but do be careful which style you buy.
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If the shock is good you can get the bushings at any good auto parts store. Just tell them you want a bushing kit for a stem mount shock.
 

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If the shock is good you can get the bushings at any good auto parts store. Just tell them you want a bushing kit for a stem mount shock.
What year is that for? :goodfinge
 

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What year is that for? :goodfinge
lol aint that the truth those guys at the parts store can't help you unless you give em a year make and model. Hell half the time I have to do their job for them and look up the part myself:doh0715:
 

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Okay yall, I dont wanna fawk up my steering or alignment, how do I replace this and not eff it up? I'm headin up to thrifty's/Schucks/knect's tomorrow to get the bushing. Is it just a simple bolt on, bolt off deal or is it more in depth? Please help out ASAP
 

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okay, I just wasnt sure if the alignment would be thrown off. thanks for the good news! It'l be done tomorrow providing the store(s) have the part.
 

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when you have the shock off, test it out, see if it still has rebound strenghth to it, but honestly if you are taking it apart, i would just replace the whole thing, if it's been on there long enough to wear out, might be due.
 

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if you are sticking with smaller tires - 33 or smaller - i'd just get rid of it, really only need them for bigger tires, and never go with a dual set up, that really hides steering problems
 

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all I got were "generic" bushings from Schucks.I didnt pick any up today, wanted to run it by yall first. Will generic stabilizer bushings work if the stabilizer is in good shape?
 

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As long as the inside and outside diameter are the same they will work. Rubber or polyurethane dosnt matter:thumbup
 
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